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Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by ottor, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. ottor

    ottor No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Perfect lighting this evening...

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    Nice shot but it's too cyan.
     
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    I'm with CSR on cyan.
    Love it though...
     
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    Also too fluro blue for me - was that intended? If it wasn't, it can be fixed through color balancing =). Good shot though, a beautiful piece of architecture.
    EDIT: I guess it was intended, sorry I didn't realize this was actually in the 'Graphics Program and Photo Gallery' section.
     
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    Is the yellow a result of the sun or is it the building color?
     
  6. ottor

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    The color of the building is a light cream color, and is the same color where you see both yellow and blue .... the yellow is the result of the setting sun, and the blue is the shading of the trees - the post processing brings it out a little more than it was, but - I've never seen this kind of light before, and that's what brought me off the couch and over to the college... Must have been some smoke in the horizon, but the colors were a bit unreal, as well as beautiful....

    thanks,

    r
     

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